Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions Launches New ZezooShop Marketplace
- June 28, 2016
- Posted by: Zezoo Inc.
- Category: New Partners, News
On June 24th, 2016, Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions launched the new ZezooShop Marketplace website. Much more than a new shopping website, this webpage aims to be a marketplace for companies that want to sell their products in the United States. For this reason Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions partnered with World Trade Center – Fort Lauderdale, Oxford Group, YKP, and NeoLive Marketing, to offer a one-stop shop concept for companies seeking to venture into the US market.
The new website will feature dedicated stores for each new company, where they will be able to showcase and sell their products. Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions will be instrumental in the management of stock and fulfillment of orders, as well as managing the marketplace, and Zezoo’s experience in fulfillment and e-commerce made them essential in this partnership.
About Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions
Zezoo is an innovative company that provides business consultation and offers the latest software service solutions. With more than 20 years experience in the field, the Zezoo team brings extensive knowledge and has a proven track record of taking its customers to next level.
Whether is solving a company’s need for organization with ZPM – Zezoo’s Project Management software, or a more complex project utilizing ZPanel, Zezoo’s software for e-commerce, including full warehouse management, marketplace integration and Customer Relation Management (CRM). Zezoo Fulfillment Solutions is the perfect answer for businesses of all fields and sizes.
About WTC Fort Lauderdale
Created and envisioned since a fair in Queens (NY) and the vision of the Rockefellers, the World Trade Center is the largest platform for business & investments in the world, being in 92 countries. The WTC Global Network is formed by different corporate groups, both public and private, which are real estate investors and major players in the international trade.
With the mission of growing global trade, it has the administration of licensing use of the trademark made by the World Trade Center Association (non-profit), where through a Board of Directors and periodic events, define the overall global strategy of integration and generating business and investments through its global network. The two main areas of business & investments of the WTC network are Real Estate & Trade / International Investment.
In over 300 cities and 90 countries around the world, the WTCA connects its members to the global trade community with powerful services and invaluable information. The WTC in Fort Lauderdale is presided by Chilean-Brazilian executive Marcos Aguirre, an engineer with experience in global companies such as KPMG and Ericsson. The WTC Fort Lauderdale aims to connect Brazilian businesses looking to enter the Florida market with their one-stop shop concept.